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In some cases, an unemployment claim is a forgone conclusion at your business. However, there are also plenty of times when you have the power to protest.

Hello again, and thanks for watching.

Did you know that not all employee terminations are created equal? That’s right – you can appeal an unemployment claim for those that are considered “protestable” and you can’t for those categorized as “non-protestable.”

So then, which are which? Protestable claims include when an employee is discharged for misconduct, voluntarily quits without good cause or isn’t available for a 40-hour work week.

On the other hand, you cannot protest if the employee is discharged for no misconduct or quits for a good cause – like if you reduce their hours.

These are just a few examples. Thanks again, and let us know if you have any questions regarding this process.


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